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Sebastian Inlet Seagrass Success?

Our local mullet wrapper (Vero Beach 32963 paper) has a story touting the "strong comeback" of Sebastian Inlet seagrass beds.  Story says there are now over 115 acres and is now comparable to 2008 levels????

True?

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  • bluewater_feverbluewater_fever Posts: 190 Deckhand
    I haven't had a chance in a while to poke around the Sebastian flats but I rode through the inlet yesterday and from what I could tell there were some small patches of what appeared to be sea grass but in NO WAY did it compare to 2008 levels. I might fish that area this weekend. If I do, I'll let you know what I see.
  • bocapup1bocapup1 Posts: 1,502 Captain
    I haven't had a chance in a while to poke around the Sebastian flats but I rode through the inlet yesterday and from what I could tell there were some small patches of what appeared to be sea grass but in NO WAY did it compare to 2008 levels. I might fish that area this weekend. If I do, I'll let you know what I see.
    Please do as I'm very curious as well.
  • bluewater_feverbluewater_fever Posts: 190 Deckhand
    I didn't make it out. Late Friday evening I pulled the skiff out to make sure it still ran and the fuel connector at the engine was leaking so we ended up going on the air boat instead. I'll report back when I do make it out.
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